Distater always strikes when government choose to kick the proverbial can down the road. An engineering report done over 20 years ago warned that the reservoirs built in 1940’s didn’t have the capacity to protect some 25,000 homes and businesses that had since been developed in the Houston Area. What would have cost $400 million back then, would probably cost about $600 million today. Take the difference and add to the projected $1.8B recovery effort, they could have solved a $2 billion dollar problem for $400 million, saved lives, and not shut down an entire city.
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